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Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Mariano Puig, who grew his family business into a fashion powerhouse, dies at 93
He led the Spanish company Puig for more than four decades, working closely with his three brothers.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Biden administration withdraws Trump-era proposal to allow homeless shelters to discriminate against transgender people
HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge reverses yet another Trump attempt to roll back civil rights protections

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Cash payments spread from Congress to Stockton to Brazil — but notion of ‘universal basic income' far from reality
The pandemic has taken the push for basic income national, making what has been a buzzy idea on the internet into real world programs. Will this idea outlast the economic crisis?

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Biden's USPS nominees face confirmation hearing as Democrats consider paths to oust DeJoy
Even if all three are confirmed, giving Democrats a 5-4 edge on the U.S. Postal Service's governing board, it remains to be seen whether the majority bloc would be in sync when it comes to the postmaster general.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Grief about my father's death is making it hard to concentrate at work
When you're losing focus from stress, grief and fear, seek support to help you keep from losing your job, as well.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Biden's economy shows strength, but recovery is far from complete
The American Rescue Plan stimulus package and broad economic optimism have helped businesses and consumers, but many Americans are still jobless.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Jobless claims hit back-to-back pandemic lows as recovery strengthens
The lower-than-expected tally fueled hopes that the economy was rebounding as vaccinations picked up and stimulus continued to reach U.S. households.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Mortgage rates fall back below 3 percent
Following three weeks of declines, the 30-year fixed-rate average dropped below 3 percent for the first time since late February.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Investigation suppressed by Trump administration reveals obstacles to hurricane aid for Puerto Rico
A watchdog report uncovers bureaucratic hurdles the Trump administration erected for the struggling island to receive aid after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Minnesota gasps at the financial damage it faces from the Texas freeze
In Minnesota, where the temperature dropped below minus-20 in February and scarcely a single customer lost gas or electricity, state officials are struggling to come up with an equitable solution to a debacle that was made in Texas. One Texas-based utility is pushing hard for relief.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Many left behind in this recovery have something in common: No college degree
The latest hiring numbers show encouraging signs that women are returning to the labor force, but major struggles remain for men and women without college degrees.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Cash payments spread from Congress to Stockton to Brazil -- but notion of 'universal basic income' far from reality
The pandemic has taken the push for basic income national, making what has been a buzzy idea on the internet into real world programs. Will this idea outlast the economic crisis?

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

China's Oscars boycott mixes politics with push to curb Hollywood dominance
Beijing is seizing the chance to promote homegrown movies as it prepares for a key political celebration.

Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Washington, D.C., as the 51st State? What to Know


Washington Post Business
Apr 22, 2021

Can You Get Covid Twice? What Reinfection Cases Really Mean


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Texas Vents at France, Fake News and the Woke


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Who Needs Tesla Analysts When There's Reddit?


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Qualified Immunity, or How the Law Shields Police


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Woodland Normanstone is a quiet enclave in a green, affluent corner of D.C.


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Biden's NASA nominee says he'll try to stick to Trump's schedule for return to the moon


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

‘Call of Duty: Warzone' finally nukes Verdansk map


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Mapping the D.C. region's 2020 housing market


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Lina Khan's nomination hearing signals a new era of tough antitrust enforcement for the tech industry


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Meet Biden's Postal Service nominees, who could add pressure on Louis DeJoy


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

How big tech got so big: Hundreds of acquisitions


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Baltimore plant with contaminated Johnson & Johnson vaccines had multiple failures, unsanitary conditions, FDA says


Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

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Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Biden nominated three people to fix USPS. Here's how the Postal Service's leadership works.
Confirmation hearings beginning this week could shift the balance of power on the governing board that oversees Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Andrew Yang explains his infamous dog tweet — and why he uses Twitter like the rest of us
Yang, a New York City mayoral candidate, says he tweets like a "real life flesh and blood" person rather than a politician — which can sometimes lead to gaffes.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

How do I determine taxes on the sale of a condo I bought from my mother?
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | The tax you will pay on a home sale will take into consideration what you paid for the home, major upgrades and improvements, and the costs of purchase and sale.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

New apartments to rise next to Occoquan River
TOWN SQUARE | Rivergate Building 2, which is anticipated to be complete in the fourth quarter of 2022, is adjacent to the Woodbridge VRE station and close to Route 1 and Interstate 95.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Top Republicans who challenged election results rake in campaign cash, as individual donations boom
Despite corporate bans, a Washington Post analysis shows that at least a third of the 147 Republicans who challenged the election, raised more campaign money compared to the same period in 2019.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

Tesla crash that killed two shines spotlight on company's shaky history with U.S. safety investigators
Officials said Tesla is not party to a probe into a weekend Model S crash that killed two — a departure from typical protocol.

Washington Post Business
Apr 21, 2021

What's Behind Value Investing's Long Losing Streak?
The strategy has suffered a devastating drought for more than a decade, sending investors scrambling for answers.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Netflix subscription growth has slowed in 2021
Investors were disheartened by the news, sending the share price down 11 percent in early afterhours trading to $490, its lowest price since November.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Ponzi king's death is a reminder that his con-artist tricks live on
Bernie Madoff, who died on April 14, conned so many people, even investment professionals. His legacy should be a road map for investors on how to protect themselves.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Searching for Money's New Standard
Five decades after the gold standard ended, history shows efforts to control money rarely last long.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

In Democrats' progressive paradise, borrowing is free, spending pays for itself, and interest rates never rise
With their plans for trillions in stimulus relief packages, and push for a $15-an-hour minimum wage, Democrats are dismissing concerns about the rising national debt and inflationary pressures.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Apple reveals thinner, colorful iMac design at ‘Spring Loaded' event
Apple revealed the first iMac with its M1 chip on April 20. The desktop has a high-definition front-facing camera and optional wireless keyboard with TouchID.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Apple's got new iPads, rainbow iMacs and lost-item trackers called AirTags. Here's what's worth your money.
Apple's first product launch of 2021 starts at 1 p.m. ET.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Did Big Tech Get Too Big? U.S. Crackdown Seeks Answer
The rise of global technology superstars Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google created new challenges for the competition watchdogs who enforce antitrust laws. The companies dominate markets in e-commerce and smartphones, search advertising and social-media traffic. An anti-monopoly crackdown that began under President Donald Trump is expected to continue under President Joe Biden, who is surrounding himself with outspoken advocates for vigorous antitrust enforcement against U.S. tech companies.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Charles Geschke, Adobe co-founder who helped spark desktop publishing, dies at 81
He and John Warnock built one of the world's largest software companies. He also made headlines after being kidnapped in 1992 and spending five days in captivity.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Apple announces location-tracking AirTags for finding lost items
Available April 30, the wireless AirTags expand Apple's FindMy system allowing users to locate misplaced or stolen items.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Apple's ‘Spring Loaded' launch brings better iPads for video calls, redesigned iMacs and AirTags to find lost stuff
Apple's first product launch of 2021 starts at 1 p.m. ET.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Project Magma: The untold origin of Verdansk, the Gulag and ‘Call of Duty: Warzone'
This is how Infinity Ward disrupted Call of Duty and brought millions into the franchise's biggest and boldest battle royale.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

USDA extends universal free lunch through next school year, bringing relief to millions of food-insecure families
Facing a September cutoff, the agency announces it will reimburse schools at a higher rate and expand school nutrition programs to all students.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Scott Rudin, one of Hollywood's most powerful producers, says he is ‘stepping back' from film and streaming in wake of abuse allegations
The announcement comes days after he made a similar announcement about his work on Broadway,

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

With AirTags, Apple launches a new product — and invites antitrust scrutiny
Apple's long anticipated AirTags, a small gadget that that will help iPhone users find their lost items, launched Tuesday. But Apple's entrance into the new product category has also drawn antitrust scrutiny from U.S. and European regulators. Tile, which makes a similar device, says Apple has given itself an advantage and made it more difficult for competitors to offer the same service.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Batman is here to help us understand what's going on in ‘Fortnite'
Yes you read the headline right. The crossover expands the game's lore in ways we've never seen.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

FDA weighs ban on menthol cigarettes, which disproportionately addict — and kill — Black Americans
Menthol cigarettes are more addictive and 85 percent of Black smokers smoke menthol. The FDA will decide later this month whether to ban them.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

How can I prevent the paint on my house from peeling?
ASK THE BUILDER | If you want the paint to stick well to wood for many years, you need to shrink wrap it in the paint. This means you need to paint the wood on all sides and edges.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Living large in spacious townhouses in Gaithersburg, Md.
BUYING NEW | At Crown East, Craftmark offers three- and four-level townhouses with elevator option and a ‘good mix of urban and suburban' life.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Potential first-time home buyer program seeks to create equity in housing
TOWN SQUARE | Under the draft legislation, eligible home buyers must be the first generation in their family to own a home.

Washington Post Business
Apr 20, 2021

Putin, Poison and the Importance of Alexey Navalny
Alexey Navalny is Russia's most prominent opposition figure, an anti-corruption investigator whose exposés have targeted President Vladimir Putin's inner circle.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

As stock slides, treadmill accidents pit Peloton against safety regulators
Peloton's Tread treadmill has been tied to 39 incidents involving children, objects and one pet being trapped under the machine.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Why China ‘Bad Bank' Huarong's Fall Is Big Bad News
What happens when a company set up by the Chinese government to help clean up toxic debt in the country's banking system gets into trouble itself? It seems we're about to find out. Investors were spooked when China Huarong Asset Management Co., one of the country's biggest distressed asset managers, failed to release financial statements in the wake of the execution of its former top executive for bribery. But what has triggered broader worries is the prospect that China may let a state-backed i

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Why the Mutated Coronavirus Variants Are So Worrisome
Viruses mutate all the time, including the coronavirus that's caused the global Covid-19 pandemic. Although most of the changes are innocuous, several mutants have sparked alarm, and three variants that emerged in the U.K., South Africa and Brazil have caused particular concern as they spread worldwide. Studies suggest they are more contagious, and some evidence points to one of them being more deadly and another driving reinfections. Vaccine developers are working on new versions after early da

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

NASA shares full video, photos from Mars helicopter flight
Members of NASA's Ingenuity program shared the full video of the successful flight of the helicopter on the surface of Mars on April 19.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Parler's revamped app will be allowed back on Apple's App Store
Parler was booted from the App Store after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Johnson & Johnson suffers another setback as FDA tells Md. vaccine maker to suspend production
The pause in production follows the contamination of 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine in March.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Glitches derail SBA pandemic-relief program for live music and theater venues
The $16 billion initiative is meant to help arts and entertainment businesses cover payroll, rent and other expenses, but the application portal is down nearly two weeks after its scheduled launch.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Who Will Succeed Merkel? How the Field Is Narrowing
When German Chancellor Angela Merkel steps down following September's election after 16 years in power, it won't just be her legacy that's at stake. Germany's leadership of Europe will be under scrutiny. Over four terms leading coalition governments, Merkel put her stamp on the continent and the wider world, defending moderation and a global vision that came under attack from nationalists around the globe. Yet criticism of her handling of Covid-19, resistance from regional leaders to her lockdow

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

During the pandemic, viewers have turned to content creators for mental health support
Streamers have been a source of companionship and entertainment in the pandemic. But they aren't trained therapists.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Another tax break for wealthy Americans will go into effect soon
The Trump-era tax break for well-off older adults comes as President Biden aims to raise taxes on corporations and wealthy Americans.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

How Soccer Elite Eyes Breakaway Without Breaking Away
A plan by some of Europe's biggest soccer clubs including Manchester United and Real Madrid to form their own "Super League" has drawn ire even from U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and former Italian Premier Enrico Letta. To comprehend the backlash, it's necessary to understand the confusing structure of soccer competitions in Europe as well as exactly what is being proposed: A seismic shift in the sport's culture as much as its organization and finances.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Simple Math Is About to Cause an Inflation Problem
No economic question is being debated more hotly right now than whether the U.S. will see a sharp rise in inflation. But the answer for the next few months is simple: Yes.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Soccer Super League Would Mean Major Money, Big Anger: QuickTake
A plan by some of Europe's biggest soccer clubs including Manchester United and Real Madrid to form their own "Super League" has drawn ire even from U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and former Italian Premier Enrico Letta. To comprehend the backlash, it's necessary to understand the confusing structure of soccer competitions in Europe as well as exactly what is being proposed: A seismic shift in the sport's culture as much as its organization and finances.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Five trends shaping apartment communities in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic
While shared community amenities such as fitness centers, pools and lounges are still a priority for many residents, the focus has shifted to individual apartment amenities, such as high-speed WiFi, adaptable spaces, natural light, larger kitchens, in-unit washer and dryers and personal outdoor spaces such as balconies or terraces.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Union alleges Amazon pressured workers as it seeks to set aside warehouse vote
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union accused Amazon of intimidating staff to persuade them to reject unionization at an Alabama warehouse.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Huge plastics plant faces calls for environmental justice, stiff economic headwinds
Formosa Plastics Group, a Taiwan-based giant, wants to build a vast new plant along the lower Mississippi River in Louisiana. But the complex is increasingly a target of groups concerned about environmental justice.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Potential buyer seeks fixer-upper for $7,000. Can it be done?
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Cheaper homes have all but disappeared in recent years because of a lack of homes for sale, mortgage-interest rates at or near historic lows and a pandemic that sent city dwellers to the suburbs and beyond.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

NASA flies a helicopter on Mars, the first time an aircraft has flown on another planet
Scientists say the successful test could eventually help the space agency more quickly roam across Mars as it looks for signs of ancient life.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

California lawsuit against Chinese tech giant raises a thorny question: Can the plaintiffs remain anonymous?
The plaintiffs are a mix of U.S. and Chinese citizens living in California, who filed the suit anonymously because they fear Chinese authorities will seek to punish them or their family members.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in Fairfax, Va., lists just below $275,000
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | Future owners may want to upgrade the kitchen, which has white appliances, dark cabinets and Formica counters, but that need of updating keeps the sales price low.

Washington Post Business
Apr 19, 2021

Why the Mutated Coronavirus Variants Are So Worrisome: QuickTake
Viruses mutate all the time, including the coronavirus that's caused the global Covid-19 pandemic. Although most of the changes are innocuous, several mutants have sparked alarm, and three variants that emerged in the U.K., South Africa and Brazil have caused particular concern as they spread worldwide. Studies suggest they are more contagious, and some evidence points to one of them being more deadly and another driving reinfections. Vaccine developers are working on new versions after early da

Washington Post Business
Apr 18, 2021

Why China ‘Bad Bank' Huarong's Fall Is Big Bad News: QuickTake
What happens when a company set up by the Chinese government to help clean up toxic debt in the country's banking system gets into trouble itself? It seems we're about to find out. Investors were spooked when China Huarong Asset Management Co., one of the country's biggest distressed asset managers, failed to release financial statements in the wake of the execution of its former top executive for bribery. But what has triggered broader worries is the prospect that China may let a state-backed i

Washington Post Business
Apr 18, 2021

The union's defeat at Amazon is shaking up the labor movement and exposing a rift between organizers
The labor movement is working to regroup, with emotions high after a veteran organizer wrote a sharp critique of the union's tactics in Alabama.

Washington Post Business
Apr 17, 2021

Two blocks from the Federal Reserve, a growing encampment of the homeless grips the economy's most powerful person
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome H. Powell says the recovery is far from over. The bleak reality is made clear outside his window on his drive to work.

Washington Post Business
Apr 17, 2021

Two blocks from the Federal Reserve, a growing encampment of the homeless haunts the economy's most powerful person
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome H. Powell says the recovery is far from over. The bleak reality is made clear outside his window on his drive to work.

Washington Post Business
Apr 17, 2021

Here's What's Sparking Tension Again Between Russia and Ukraine
Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula ignited the tensest standoff between Moscow and the West since the Cold War and the region has been deadlocked ever since. Now, Russia is exacerbating the wound by massing troops near its neighbor's contested eastern regions, raising concerns that the two sides could be dragged into a heightened military confrontation.

Washington Post Business
Apr 17, 2021

How Workplace Sexism Is Roiling Australian Politics
When it comes to judging someone's words or deeds, Australians often resort to a casual barometer known as the "pub test." If the locals are OK with it, then it's deemed socially or culturally acceptable. By that standard, people across the country delivered a resounding verdict -- no -- in response to allegations of sexual harassment that reached into both the government and Parliament. The biggest crowds in decades -- tens of thousands of women and men -- rallied in March to demand greater fem

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

Peloton fights federal safety recall after its treadmills left one child dead, others injured
The previously undisclosed dispute between the nation's product safety regulator and Peloton — a $34 billion company — has so far taken place outside public view.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

Why Japan Is Dumping Water From Fukushima Into the Sea
The Japanese utility giant Tepco is planning to dump more than 1 million cubic meters of treated radioactive water -- enough to fill 500 Olympic-size swimming pools -- from the wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean, part of its nearly $200 billion effort to clean up the worst atomic accident since Chernobyl. Storage tanks at the site are forecast to be full by mid-2022, and space for building more is scarce. Scary as it sounds, discharges are common practice in th

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

Elon Musk's SpaceX wins contract to develop spacecraft to land astronauts on the moon
The contract marks another major victory for the hard-charging company that vaults it to the top tier of the nation's aerospace companies and solidifies it as one of the space agency's most trusted partners.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

A new FEMA program offers up to $9,000 to help with covid-19 funerals. Scammers see an opportunity.
Scammers are trying to take advantage of families looking for help from FEMA's new $9,000 covid-19 funeral assistance program.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

A scripted comedy series was about to be shut down by covid. So producers made everyone into a cartoon instead.
How one show overhauled itself to survive the pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

A Waddy Butler Wood house for sale in D.C.'s Adams Morgan
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The noted architect designed this stylish 1908 house, among others, for well-to-do Washingtonians.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

As the tourism industry returns, 3 million workers wait for a callback
Even as travel returns, some big companies are making do with fewer employees, leaving millions of workers out of a job.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

Even if the pandemic abates, FitXR thinks home fitness is the future
FitXR launched a subscription plan to its virtual gym with the idea that at-home fitness is here to stay.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

Humans solve problems by adding complexity, even when it's against our best interests
The study's findings are especially relevant in the realm of public policy, where the simplest solution is often the hardest to spot.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

Leap started as a hobby. Now, it's a multimillion-dollar platform.
The app is used by contractors to manage projects such as roof replacements and kitchen remodels.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

Mall department stores were struggling. The pandemic has pushed them to the edge of extinction.
Half the country's remaining mall-based department stores are expected to shutter by 2025.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

How Bitcoin Is Edging Toward Financial Mainstream: QuickTake
Bitcoin investors are having a wild ride. The best-known cryptocurrency rocketed to a series of records in 2021, just three years after its price collapsed. Once seen as the province of nerds, libertarians and drug dealers, there's still little sign that it will evolve into a useful form of money for most transactions. Yet the latest bout of roller-coaster volatility comes as more big investors are speculating that Bitcoin will gain wider acceptance and shake up the financial world.

Washington Post Business
Apr 16, 2021

The Different Covid-19 Tests and What They Can Reveal
Even with Covid-19 vaccines scaling up, testing remains a crucial tool for bringing the pandemic under control -- and keeping it that way. While the challenge in 2020 was to develop and increase supplies of SARS-CoV-2 tests, this year health officials are looking to use these tools more often and in new ways to help get life back to normal as fast as possible. Testing is needed to track where SARS-CoV-2 is flaring up, identify variants that could pose a greater risk, and gauge the immunity of in

Washington Post Business
Apr 15, 2021

Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region
The Washington Post's picks of noteworthy residences on the market.

Washington Post Business
Apr 15, 2021

Steep drop in jobless claims, soaring retail sales buoy hopes for a robust recovery
The blockbuster economic results powered the Dow above 34,000 for the first time and the S&P 500 to a record finish.

Washington Post Business
Apr 15, 2021

A year into the pandemic, game developers reflect on burnout, mental health and avoiding crunch
"I just see people exhausted, and I see the motivation and the excitement just trickling out," Respawn game director Chad Grenier said.

Washington Post Business
Apr 15, 2021

Gallows or guillotines? The chilling debate on TheDonald.win before the Capitol siege.
Violent conversations flowed freely and visibly on TheDonald.win for weeks, underscoring the openly violent intent of some of the thousands of Trump enthusiasts who thronged the Capitol on Jan. 6.

Washington Post Business
Apr 15, 2021

The Facts and Mystery About Russia's SolarWinds Hack
The U.S. has sanctioned Russia for the sophisticated and damaging SolarWinds hack in 2020 that alarmed security firms and sent shock waves through the U.S. government and private sector. With at least 16,000 computer systems exposed, there remain many questions about what information has been stolen or reviewed by the attackers. The motive also remains a mystery: Is it espionage or something even more destructive?

Washington Post Business
Apr 15, 2021

Waning jobless claims, soaring retail sales signal robust recovery
Some 576,000 Americans filed initial jobless claims last week, down 193,000 from week before.

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